Ready To Fall – Review

 Ready to Fall – Review

by: Olivia Dade

Published: June 21, 2016

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Blurb:

Elementary school teacher and part-time librarian Sarah Mayhew has the perfect plan: show off her cycling skills at her school’s bike retreat and attract her oblivious coworker in the process. Her end game? Fall in love. Only one problem: she needs to find someone to teach her how to ride a bike pronto. But when she catches sight of Chris Dean’s gorgeous physique, her best laid plans are about to go off track . . .

Chris is not looking for a girlfriend. He’s getting over his last one by focusing on his bike repair business. So when a feisty, sexy schoolteacher urges him to help improve her cycling skills, he does it strictly for the money. He vows he won’t repeat history, even for a blond bombshell like Sarah. But when the two find themselves alone on the road, they can’t help taking a detour straight into each other’s arms…

Ready To Fall – Review

Everything about this book was super adorable! It was a short read, but that made me like it even more!

It was nonstop cuteness on every page. Sarah is a mismatched, misunderstood woman. She’s mismatched because she’s misunderstood by the men who seem to dump her. But she’s my kind of woman: smart, confident, sassy, and over the top. Because she could be classified as high-maintenance, she has resigned to settling for the safe man. So she learns to ride a bike, which I think is completely admirable considering what she went through as a child.

Chris was a heartbroken loner. I loved him almost as much as I loved Sarah. Chris is grumpy and hell bent on not falling in love, no matter what. He’s strong and doesn’t want to put up with anyone’s shit. He doesn’t want to get walked over again and is reluctant to be with someone. 

Their budding romance was a quirky ride. I adored the two of them together. And honestly, they sort of reminded me of my relationship with my boyfriend. Except he’s Sarah and I’m not Chris but I am in many ways. (And bf’s name is Chris so ha ha). The chemistry flew the moment Sarah walked into the bike shop.

I have read another book by Dade before and wasn’t super impressed. This one though, I really enjoyed! I just might have to give her another shot!

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